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Description: Garden Pavilion at No 26
Date Listed: 17 February 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 139420
OS Grid Reference: SU5141149732
OS Grid Coordinates: 451411, 149732
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2445, -1.2648
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The following buildings shall be added to the list:
SU 54 NE OVERTON HIGH STREET
Garden Pavilion at No 26
Garden pavilion or gazebo. Early to mid C19. Brick, flint, tile roof. A small
one-room structure at the bottom of long burgage plot and set into boundary wall.
In alternate bands of red brick and rough unbroken flints in grotto fashion; steep
pitched roof with stepped brick courses as pediment; flanked by piers capped with
large stone spheres. Two pointed single lights flank central pointed plank door,
all to brick voussoirs and with pilasters each side of door. Back has 2-light
casement in wide segmental opening. Interior simple plastered space to printed
barrel-roof. Side benches. Said to have been a meeting house, but more likely
to be a gazebo, by virtue of small size. Overton a New Town of 1216; the gazebo
is set in the boundary wall at the end of the burgage plots.
Listing NGR: SU4700848972
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Source: English Heritage
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